LCI Cape Coast hosts The Great Banquet show

By: Shirley Asiedu-Addo
Mega Mass Choir of LCI Cape Coast
Mega Mass Choir of LCI Cape Coast
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IT was a of night of grace and splendor, a night of total spiritual music when Great Banquet (TGB) 2018, a musical salvation concert was held at the Lighthouse Chapel International (LCI) last Friday mainly to bring people to the saving knowledge of Christ was memorable in all respects.

The Mega Mass Choir of the Lion of Judah Cathedral of LCI Cape Coast, arguably the biggest mass choir in the Central Region, the host choir held the hundreds of guests who had come to enjoy great soul inspiring melodies at its beautiful church edifice.

The Great Banquet idea was mooted by the Bishop of the Church, Bishop Jake Godwyll as an evangelistic tool to get people saved to Christ.

Minstrel Felix Quagraine leading the choir

The programme which was the maiden edition is expected to be held annually. Minstrels Ms Goody Baidoo, Julius Forson, Dennis Wilmot, Adjoa Boatemaa Bonsu, Felix Quagraine and Lady Pastor Suzzy Twum Barima led the over 100-member choir in spirit filled ministrations. The excitement in the hall was tangible and kept guests on their feet most of the time.

Also, in attendance was the Bouquet Choir from LCI Sekondi, the Greater Love Choir from LCI Takoradi and the Jasmine Choir from LCI Winneba. The Daughters of Saving Jesus, Kojo Brooklyn the Rapper, the Rescue Missionaries, a dance and rap group, Senyo Adzoro aka The HotProf, a poet and the Dancing Stars also added to the night’s pleasure.

Minstrel Adjoa Boatemaa Bonsu and the choir were awesome

Minister Bob Praiz’s session of hot praises added glory to the event. The Bishop in Charge of the Lion of Judah Cathedral, Bishop Jake Godwyll preached about the great banquet in Luke saying God had invited everyone to partake in the “great banquet”.

He said God wants everyone to be saved and rescued from the kingdom of darkness and urged all to receive Christ and be saved. In the end many received Christ, a great banquet indeed it was.